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    Title

    Show Us Space: Demonstration of Hands On Education and Outreach

    Description

    Presenters in this session will demonstrate effective hands-on activities and experiments to explore, teach and reinforce space-related concepts. Hands-on space education and outreach is a powerful way to introduce and teach space concepts and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) concepts, especially with diverse learners. During the session, presenters will not only present the ideas behind the activity, but also physically demonstrate it hands-on and engage the session audience at the IAC. Note: A physical in-person demonstration of the activity is mandatory for this session. If you would like to make a presentation only, please submit your abstract to a different session. Submissions that cannot be physically demonstrated on-site (for example CubeSats) will be rejected. When submitting abstracts for SEOC sessions, please: • Clearly identify the hands-on nature of the work presented, how the audience at the IAC will sample this work, and its space connection. • Include any special technical requirements you will need for your demonstration such as “live webcam connection to remote location”, “four long tables for audience members to gather around to build a model”, or “ability to be near a window to view the sky for the demonstration.” • Clearly identify the connection to the session’s described scope and to space. • Briefly describe what you will present, including results and evaluation of your work, if it has been completed, or a thorough description of the expected outcomes of the work. • Include information about what makes your work unique, original or innovative and worth sharing with the international space community. • State your work’s goal, the intended audience, the measurable objectives that were set, and if the work is in planning or has already occurred. • Provide context describing the research and/or analysis you conducted in choosing the purpose of the activity, the intended audience, and the design of the activity. • Include reference to quantitative or qualitative data gathered through evaluations, surveys or other means. • If any theories are developed, please include information about the practical applicability of the information. • Consider that your audience is international and focus on what others working in the field can learn from your work. Include lessons learned, recommendations or other takeaway messages. • Make sure that the abstract provides a coherent idea or narrative for someone unfamiliar with your work.

    Date

    2024-10-18

    Time

    10:15

    Room

    Yellow Hall 3

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Ms. Lyn Wigbels, American Astronautical Society (AAS), United States;

    • Co-Chair: Ms. Valerie Anne Casasanto, NASA Goddard/University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), United States;

    • Rapporteur: Mr. Remco Timmermans, International Space University (ISU), United Kingdom;

    • Rapporteur: Mr. Marcos Eduardo Rojas Ramirez, Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), France;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    10:15

    Lumarnity VR: Outreach activity of Lunar ISRU plant through Immersive Virtual Reality

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. Takuya Yokoyama

    JGC Corporation

    Japan

    2

    10:35

    Age of the Moon: A Game-Based Approach to Lunar Infrastructure Development and Collaboration

    20

    confirmed

    Mrs. Aleksandra Kozawska

    Designers in Space Community

    Poland

    3

    10:55

    Proposal of an Educational Curriculum Utilizing the CubeSat System Education Kit "HEPTA-Sat LITE" for Learning in Satellite System Development

    20

    confirmed

    Ms. Yuna Yaguchi

    Nihon University

    Japan

    4

    11:15

    The Brazilian experience in the GLOBE Program: Environmental Citizen Science as a gateway to space science and other fields.

    20

    withdrawn

    Dr. Danilo Sakay

    Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)

    Brazil

    5

    11:35

    The Ramon Space Race Program: Empowering Teachers for Early Childhood Space Education

    20

    confirmed

    Ms. Danielle Oryan

    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

    Israel

    6

    11:55

    The Space Pianist: When Science Meets Art

    25

    confirmed

    Dr. Leonardo Barilaro

    Malta

    1*

    10:15

    The Storm Chasers

    20

    confirmed

    Mrs. Maya Shmit Younger

    Israel

    2*

    10:35

    Development of a high-reach and real-world practical exercise to inspire students into the STEM field.

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Brian Treacy

    The Netherlands

    3*

    10:55

    Pale Blue Dot: An Interdisciplinary Educational Board Game on Space for Sustainability

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Martine Joy Irog

    Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

    The Philippines

    4*

    11:15

    music as a universal connector

    20

    Ms. Courtney Mills

    Italy